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I will be showing you the necessities for survival in a forest / riverside

Step 1: You Will Need~

Belt
Machete 
Heatable container 
A gatherer's net 
Cards 
Rope/Laces 
Hook & sinker kit 
Multi-tool 
Pocket knife 
Sewing kit 
Axe blade sharpener 
Electrical tape
Waterproof container
A small bag

Step 2: Survival Knife

A survival knife IS a NECESSITY for survival; I mean just look at it's name!
But as you can see the survival knife has a hollow handled hilt in which it contains the following. ~
Matches w/ striker
Sewing kit
Wire
Fishing kit
Super glue
Compass

Step 3: The Heatable Container

This is a tin container w/ lid
A black plastic spork just for funzies

And yes... my carpet is green.

Step 4: Fishing

blah blah HOOK & SINKER KIT blah blah
Gummmmmy worms are the best. 

//Jedi hand movement\\    ...You will agree with this statement...

Step 5: Care Kit!

Axe blade sharpener ~ does come in handy when sharpening plain knife blades!
Nail clippers ~ CLIPPER LE NAILS!
Electrical tape ~ Wound up in things?
Plastic string ~ (For sewing)

Step 6: Thieves Knot

Now you see it; Now you do it.

Step 7: Then Start Packing!

'Nough aid for that!
You bag it; and boom!

Step 8: It'sa Me!

1. Machete!
2. Storage bag!
3. Survival knife!
4. Belt!
5. Ammo bag! (Blades storage bag)
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
<p>Add a survival Bracelet and you have seven 7.5 ft to 9 ft of fishing line (core strand in Para Cord). </p>
Oh ok
No fishing line?
<p>There is; it's right next to the hook + sinker kit</p>
<p>one question. have you field tested this survival kit?</p>
<p>I have during the winter months last year.</p>
<p>Yes</p>
<p>the pros and cons with a hollow handle knife are Pros. you can carry stuff in the handle. Cons. the knife is pretty weak where the handle meets the blade because of the hollow handle so that means the knife might break if your like chopping down branches, chopping wood and so on and so forth i suggest that you get a nice full tang knife and add that to your survival kit instead. hope this helped and good luck in the contest. </p>
<p>The knife is mostly used for skinning; the machete is used for chopping; digging; etc.</p>
<p>for skinning your probably going to want a shorter blade </p>
<p>That's why I packed a pocket knife &amp; a multi-tool</p>
Where do you get a machete?
<p>You can get it at your local blade dealer; Wal-Mart; Lowes; Home Depot; etc.</p><p>If the store has to do with gardening or hunting then they should supply it.</p><p>You definitely will find one at @BassProShop.</p>

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